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  • _Edwardc/18681939British racing journalist; co-founder and first secretary of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association; editor of Bloodstock Breeders' Review This author
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  • destined to spend their last years in the same stud. Of this pair of thoroughbreds, Clifton, a son of Skeleton and Spaewife, both imported, was bred by
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  • as a breeder of race horses, and when at Newmarket bought and sold thoroughbreds for continental patrons and foreign governments. He was an excellent
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  • Lioness laughed at them, and said: "Why! I have only one; but that one is altogether a thoroughbred Lion." The value is in the worth, not in the number.
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  • placed him at the head of the winning owners. In addition to breeding thoroughbreds, he was a bold buyer of blood stock. He gave 4000 guineas for the yearling
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  • DogAlbert Payson Terhune1919 My book is dedicated To The Memory Of Lad Thoroughbred in body and soul Chapter I. His Mate Chapter II. “Quiet!” Chapter III
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  • Homozygotes are—well, you might call them the aristocrats, you know; thoroughbreds. And the Heterozygotes are the hybrids. Only, of course, they don't
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  • is evidence of quality. It may be and it may not, for even the best thoroughbreds sometimes throw scrubs. Every one should know that. The pedigree is
    425 bytes (1,157 words) - 09:01, 26 April 2015
  • and profitable industries, and brings vast sums of money. Kentucky thoroughbreds are famous throughout the world. Thousands of mules are raised and shipped
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  • common to the ranges, but one of those rare reversions to the Spanish thoroughbreds from which the Western cow-pony is descended. The mare was not over-large
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  • dripping leaves. The magnificent coach, drawn by four of the finest thoroughbreds in England, had driven off along the London road, with Sir Percy Blakeney
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  • woods and mountain ravines, both of Cuba and Hayti, and no variety of thoroughbreds will venture to follow �� � 806 POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY. these renegades
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  • every rider boasted of a fine mount and was eager for a race, where thoroughbreds dotted the wonderful grazing ranges. Venters rode a horse that was sad
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  • - Por Una Cabeza.ogg Literal translation By a head of a thoroughbred horse who slackens in the final stretch, and afterward when it returns
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  • princesses, Who have charms made of diamonds and pearl; But the only and thoroughbred lady Is the Rebel Girl. CHORUS That's the Rebel Girl, that's the
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  • Chorus: "You'll come" etc 3rd verse Down came the squatter a'riding his thoroughbred, Down came policemen, one, two and three, "Whose is the jumbuck you've
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  • chagrin was amusing. Several days later early one morning I and a pair of thoroughbreds speeded toward the suburbs in search of my old friend Saxlehner. I reined
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  • The Early Age of Greece (1901) vol 1, The Origin and Influence of the Thoroughbred Horse (1905) external link Who were the Romans? (1907) external link
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  • about 2000 tents. On its rich plain are pastured many camels and Arab thoroughbred horses, but the vicinity is not very safe. SMITH, Dict. of Greek and
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  • with the ultimate purpose of publishing a stud book of thoroughbred horses. The thoroughbred, or British racehorse, was then here, as in England, the
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